Anyone Remember These?

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2009/03/05 15:51:48 (permalink)

Anyone Remember These?

BACON STRIP PANCAKES
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    doggydaddy
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/05 16:11:31 (permalink)


    I have served bacon waffles many times as a breakfast special. I do waffles as it takes away from loading up the griddle. They sell and taste great. Either way, it is a perfect combination.

    mark
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    Twinwillow
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/05 17:13:45 (permalink)
    jman

    BACON STRIP PANCAKES


    Oweee. That sho look good.
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    boyardee65
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/05 17:38:30 (permalink)
    Never tried it but bight run it at the restaurant for a breakfast special. I don't think that my waffle iron vendor would be happy if I put bacon in their irons though. Just a thought!

    David O.
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/05 21:19:57 (permalink)
    No, i don't remember them...but I'll be making them this weekend.

    :)
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/08 05:57:04 (permalink)
    I'd rather just have the bacon on the side, but I suppose it would be neat as a novelty food for the kids.
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/08 08:18:38 (permalink)
    boyardee65

    Never tried it but bight run it at the restaurant for a breakfast special. I don't think that my waffle iron vendor would be happy if I put bacon in their irons though. Just a thought!

    David O.


    It works very well, but even as I think about things, I bet that crumbled bacon would be the best way to go for even dispersion of that great porky flavor. Not that I have tried it (yet) but I would think that crumbled sausage would be darn excellent too.

    Do you make blueberry waffles with the berries in them? I have less than satisfactory results with that. I just go for fruit on top.

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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/19 21:29:36 (permalink)
    Sometimes I really think I was born too late. D=
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/19 21:48:02 (permalink)
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    boyardee65

    Never tried it but bight run it at the restaurant for a breakfast special. I don't think that my waffle iron vendor would be happy if I put bacon in their irons though. Just a thought!

    David O.


    It works very well, but even as I think about things, I bet that crumbled bacon would be the best way to go for even dispersion of that great porky flavor. Not that I have tried it (yet) but I would think that crumbled sausage would be darn excellent too.

    Do you make blueberry waffles with the berries in them? I have less than satisfactory results with that. I just go for fruit on top.

    mark


    ..there is nothing better than blueberry pancakes (with the blueberries cooked in the pancake..
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/19 21:50:26 (permalink)
    We had Hamdingers, made by Patrick Cudahy Co. in Milwaukee Co.For whatever reason,the bacon strip pancakes reminded me of those.Think spam formed into patties with bits of bacon and cheese.Served in a can in the refrigerated section.Good, but oh so bad!
    post edited by annpeeples - 2009/03/19 21:53:34
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    FriedClamFanatic
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/20 16:22:35 (permalink)
    Never had them or even saw them..............but check back with me after the weekend!
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/03/21 00:29:29 (permalink)
    You can break up pieces of bacon and make Smiley Faces for the Kids for Breakfast
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    Re:Anyone Remember These? 2009/04/04 10:22:30 (permalink)
    Inspired by this discussion board, I made bacon pancakes this morning. I do believe I now will add these to the Favorites File!!!. I am thinking of trying one with fruit cocktail with a hat tip to Hawaiian style food....maybe spam and pinapple....?
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